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Hi

 

I have tried getting the windows OS on a pendrive but nothing happens when I put this into the machine.

 

Still getting the same message - can anyone help?

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Well the information is real sketchy and hard to tell what you have done or not done.  Start with the model number and just what Windows version is in this condition.  You have been given reliable sites to get legal Windows downloads that work.  If you claim they do not work, then more information than "it did not work is needed."  A complete description of what has been done and what are any of the messages that came back.  If that cannot be done , then I do not see how anymore help can be given, IMHO.


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Hi

 

I have a HP Pavilion 11 x360 PC

Product number K1S34EA#ABU

 

On turning the machine it asks for I get a black screen with a blue bar that says Enter Administrator Password or Power on Password - I eneter this and it comes up with Intel UNDI, PXE-2.1 (build 083) It also says No Bottable device -- insert boot disk and press any key

 

I insert the pen drive that has the software added and press any key - it thens comes up with No bootabel device -- insert boot disk and press any key

 

Thanks

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Finally.  That message is from the Intel network device.  It comes up when checking the network for a bootable device.  Since you are not booting from the network, it should indicate that no bootable device was found.  That might still mean the hard drive has failed.    Check in the BIOS for what device is set for first boot device.  In your case make sure it is USB and then  hard drive. HERE IS THE MANUAL for that notebook.

You can enter the BIOS setup by:

Computers or tablets with keyboards:
Turn on or restart the computer, quickly press esc, and then press f10
 
That PC came with Windows 8.1, is that what you have i=on the pen drive?  and where did you get it?

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Hi

 

So to clarify when I put my password in I press F10 and tghen go to system configuartion on there I have a section called UEFI Boot order and 4 options (Can you confimed which order they need to be in)

 

USB Diskette on key/ USB Hard Disk

! USB CD/ DVD ROM Drive

Network Adapter

OS boot Manager

 

There is also a section called Legacy Boot order with the same options as above - what order do these need to be in?

 

Many thanks for your support

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OK, great.  If the pen drive was prepared correctly, it should be booting to load the OS back on the hard drive, so there must be an error in the way the pen drive was prepared.

 

Next, move the hard drive up in the boot setup sequence and the message that was coming up about " No bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key" should not happen again, unless the hard drive is not configured correctly.

 

If the PC does not have a DVD/CD drive, remove that entry from the boot devices list.  Then save changes and try again to boot from the pen drive.


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Hi

 

How do I remove this, I do not have a DVD/ CD rom. Also I used the link for the OS windows and put this on the pen drive.

 

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If, when you click on the DVD/CD drive while in the setup menu, it does not allow the device to be removed, then move it to the bottom of the list.

 

When you used the pen drive and downloaded the appropriate Windows, did you pick for the download to make the pen drive bootable.  Please indicate which download was used as several different sites have been listed, and the process used.


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